Articles, typically reports of concluded research or studies of chosen subjects, are peer-reviewed.

The length of an article should be between 6,000 and 7,000 words. 

The author's name should not be disclosed in the manuscript in any way. A separate file should contain the author's name, an abstract, keywords, and a presentation of the author. 

The abstract should summarise the main points of the paper in 300–350 words. Please do not use formulations like 'The author presents the results…', but briefly outline those results (findings, conclusions) instead. 

Up to six keywords may be added. They should not repeat words from the title. 

The presentation of the author should list affiliations and fields of interest in one sentence.